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Looks like the go botherers are at it again. My sympathies to the Americans
MORE BAD LEGISLATION in the U.S.
Two bills are making their way through the U.S. House of Representatives,
H.R. 2357 and H.R. 2931, which would allow churches (and only churches) to
engage in campaigning for political candidates without endangering their 501
(c) (3) status, i.e. tax exempt status under the IRS codes. So much for the
wall of separation between church and state! Please contact your U.S.
Representative and express your opposition to these bills.
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